First woman pilot in Dubai royal family takes flight

The news was shared by a member of the royal family, Shaikha Latifa


News Desk February 07, 2017
PHOTO: Instagram/lateefam

Shaikha Mozah al Maktoum has become the first woman pilot in the Dubai’s ruling family who recently drew admiration after her assisted flight as a commercial pilot for Emirates.

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The news was shared by a member of the royal family, Shaikha Latifa, who posted a photograph of her cousin Shaikha Mozah on Instagram along with the caption: “Mozah Marwan. My sister’s daughter. The first female pilot in the family, who is on her first assisted flight as a commercial pilot for Emirates. As long as you can dream it, you can achieve it.”

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Following the Instagram message shared by Latifa, other family member also commended Mozahon social media. Shaikha Maitha Bint Mohammad Bin Rashid al Maktoum wrote: “So proud of you cousin.”

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Mozah Al Maktoum passed her skills test for the commercial pilot licence in April 2016.

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She has been sharing striking photographs from the flight’s deck on her Instagram account.

This article originally appeared on GULF NEWS

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